Steve Gee -

(bass guitars / bass pedals / guitar / vocals)

Began playing guitar aged 10. Later helped form first real band, the Prog-influenced 'Artemis', in 1969/70. Started out as lead/rhythm guitarist and subsequently made the transition to bass guitar at age 15. Supported bands such as Camel and Egg.

Played with many bands in and around the London area. Spent time in Paris recording/gigging for American singer-songwriter Irvin Mowrey, then played bass for French pop star Danyel Gerard.

Returned home and helped form award-winning Country band, Firewater, recording both original and cover material and playing many of the Country music clubs and festivals and touring up and down the UK (1983-89).

Came full-circle back to ‘Prog’ in 1989/90 joining with Uwe D’rose, Steve Leigh, Dave Wagstaffe to help form Landmarq. The band celebrated their 25th anniversary in 2015.

Currently also involved with ESP - 'A Prog Tour de Force' collaboration with musicians from King Crimson, Van der Graaf Generator, Procol Harum, GTR, Landmarq and more. The new band, formed by Producer/Guitarist Tony Lowe, and Drummer Mark Brzezicki (Big Country), is showcasing the debut album, ESP, and will include performances from many of the musical contributors. Written and Produced by Tony Lowe. Set for a November 2016 release, ESP can be compared to Genesis, King Crimson, Yes, Roger Waters, The Alan Parson’s Project and Brand X.

MUSICIANS ON THE ALBUM: Tony Lowe, Mark Brzezicki, David Cross, David Jackson, Phil Spalding, Steve Gee, John Beagley, John Young, Alison Fleming, Yumi Hara, Pat Orchard. More about ESP.

Also bass player for singer-songwriter Jeanette Murphy and Jazz quartet, Heads Up.

Summary of other artists/bands previously supported/worked with (in no particular order):

The Syn (incl. ex-Yes member Peter Banks), Camel, Capability Brown, Strider, Pacific Eardrum, Ron Geesin (ex-Roger Waters/Pink Floyd), Larry Adler, Irv Mowrey, Danyel Gerard, Anton Karas, Paul Slade, Frank Ifield, Rose Marie, Becky Hobbs, Poacher, The Searchers, The Tremeloes, The Rockin' Berries, Suzi Quatro... and from the land of Prog: Steve Hackett, John Wetton, Focus, Marillion, Greenslade, Pendragon, IQ, Clive Nolan's Thin Ice Orchestra, Tony Lowe/ESP.

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